S.C. HIV Planning Council

South University, Columbia recently hosted the South Carolina HIV Planning Council for a panel discussion. Students had the opportunity to participate in the discussion which...

College of Theology Granted Honor Society Chapter

South University’s College of Theology has been granted a chapter in Theta Alpha Kappa, the National Honor Society for Religious Studies and Theology. Established in...

School of Pharmacy Students Attend State Conference

Six South University, Columbia Doctor of Pharmacy students recently attended a statewide conference. The students took part in the annual South Carolina Society of Health-System...

Dr. Robert Wolff published in Journal of the South Carolina Academy of Science

Dr. Robert Wolff, professor of science and health science at South University, Columbia, has been published in the Journal of the South Carolina Academy...

Pharmacy Students Attend South Carolina Governor’s Opioid Summit Conference

South University, Columbia Doctor of Pharmacy students Kevin Joly-Brown, Chelcy Sally, and La Trisa Jordan had the opportunity to attend the 2018 South Carolina...

Nursing Alumna Spearheads Diabetes Initiatives for Veterans

South University, Columbia alumna LaCresha Mitchum was recently profiled for her work as a warrior against diabetes. Mitchum serves as a registered nurse/certified diabetes educator/diabetic...

National Conference Presentation

Three South University College of Theology program directors recently presented at the 2017 annual meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society (ETS). Douglas Estes, Ph.D., of...

South University, Columbia Professor of Theology Published

Associate Professor of New Testament & Practical Theology at South University, Columbia Dr. Douglas Estes is preparing to publish his latest book, Braving the...

South University, Columbia Student Published

South University, Columbia Doctor of Ministry student Noel Green Estes was recently published in Christianity Today. Her essay, “The Great Commission Starts in Your...

Faculty Member Teaches Nurses About Dangers Posed by Common Pests

Mosquitos, spiders and ticks may seem like everyday nuisances. But South University, Columbia faculty member Robert Wolff, Ph.D., recently taught a group of nurses...